Travel Operations

The mission of Travel Operations is to serve as a support function to meet the University's goals and objectives. The primary goal of Travel Operations is to provide for timely and accurate recording of University travel-related expenditures and to ensure that CSUF employees, vendors, and on-campus candidates are paid in a timely, accurate and efficient manner consistent with the overall guidelines and regulations.

What's New? Date 
Streamlined Travel Request and Claim Process Flow (Rev. 10/2016)PDF File Opens in new window

Change: under Single Auxiliary Funded (e.g. ASC, CSFPF or IRA/ASI)

ONLY IRA funded (ASI) – new procedures
October 21, 2016

Travel RequestPDF File Opens in new window

Taxability of International Travel with Personal Use

Added – in the Business Trip Details and Prepayment Request section:

An international trip occurring after August 26, 2016 is considered entirely for business if at least one of the following four exceptions is met (Select appropriate boxes):

  • The employee does not have substantial control over arranging the trip
  • Travel outside of the U.S., combining business and personal time, is for a week or less
  • Less than 25% of total time is spent on personal activities
  • Vacation is not a major consideration in planning the trip
October 11, 2016
Marriott Hotel, Fullerton - Rate Schedule

Changes: New rates for 2016 and blackout dates

Marriott Fullerton Reservation RequestPDF File Opens in new window

Changes: Revised 1/2016, Reservation cancellations
January 27, 2016
Travel Expense Claim (Rev. 1/2016)PDF File Opens in new window
Travel Expense ClaimOpens in new window [Excel]

Monthly Mileage DetailOpens in new window [Excel]


Mileage Reimbursement Rate for 2016

The standard mileage rate for business travel occurring on or after January 1, 2016 is 54 cents per mile.

Miles driven for moving/relocation will be reimbursed at 19 cents per mile.

January 5, 2016
CSU Travel Policy Revisions Memo PDF File Opens in new window November 2, 2015

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